How to Say I Love You in Irish

February 13, 2015

How to say I love you in Irish

Happy Friday, everyone! I wanted to put together a little DIY Valentine in case you’re the last minute type, and in case your Valentine is particularly enamored of all things Irish. This will be such a hit and won’t take more than a few minutes to put together! That is, if you can find a bunch of pink tulips this late in the game!

Inspired by the I Love You sign in Appassionata Flowers, I wrapped up a little bouquet of pink tulips and made a card to say I Love You in Irish!  Irish Valentine with I Love You

I think the key to making nearly any flower look a little special is to wrap it in some craft paper, tape it up with some washi tape, and tie it with a fancy fabric ribbon. Add a sweet little tag and voila! An instantly impressive yet inexpensive bouquet for any occasion.

How to say I love you in Irish Happy Valentine’s Day, friends. I hope you feel loved tomorrow (and every day!), and you should know that if you come here and read these words, I love you! And I’m so grateful that you spend a few moments here. Is breá liom tú from Dublin!



  • Reply Yvonne February 14, 2015 at 8:37 pm

    There is something magical about Irish, no?
    It looks and seems like a language in some fairy tale. My problem is more: how do you pronounce it!?


    • Reply emily February 18, 2015 at 11:54 am

      A very good questions, Yvonne! I’m still practicing 😉

  • Reply Grace Eva July 15, 2017 at 11:41 am

    I’m sorry but that’s incorrect, the proper is Ghráth thú. You’re not supposed to translate it directly but you tried!

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